On Monday, during the second day tour, Kinyanjui called upon the residents and Kenyans at large to support the former Prime Minister come next year, stating that in respect to his age, he is not interested in acquiring land or getting a big car, but to change the country and revive its economy.
The first term governor who has been reported to be eyeing Raila's running mate position termed Raila a patriotic leader who looked past his own needs and shook hands with President Uhuru Kenyatta, a move that brought peace across the country enabling the coastal counties to get more tourists.
"The only leader who will make Kenya great is Baba. In Mount Kenya, some parts of Rift Valley Region, and all other regions are saying Baba Tosha."
"Raila is not seeking the presidency to get more and or bigger cars, he is only interest in ensuring he leaves as a good legacy, job opportunities to youths, justice to the oppressed. That is the leader we all want," said Kinyanjui.
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